The Daily Populous

Monday May 20th, 2019 morning edition

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Credit:Darrian Traynor "I think the Australian people can detect unfairness at a long distance.

I think they are more egalitarian than we give them credit for," he said in an interview with The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald.

Loading The result proved that Australians were more conservative than many thought, Institute of Public Affairs chief John Roskam said.

"And it shows, as we've seen with Trump and Brexit, that Australian politics is realigning and the heartland of both parties is changing."

"Whenever people look back, Labor will have to ask itself whether it went counter to the proven requirement for an effective campaign.".

"There's lots of lessons for Labor to learn from yesterday's result and I know that my party will," he said.

The party's deputy leader, Tanya Plibersek, suggested the problem was the tactical campaign plan rather than the policy platform. »

Police shootings: California could limit when officers shoot to kill

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Fatal police shootings could become a crime under proposed California law.

"This new bill would make the preservation of life law enforcement's top priority in California," said Stoughton, who wrote letters to California lawmakers in support of the bill.

AB 392's co-sponsor, Assembly member Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, said the law would encourage police to consider nonlethal methods when bringing suspects into custody. »

Deutsche Bank Staff Saw Suspicious Activity in Trump and Kushner Accounts

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Amanda Miller, a spokeswoman for the Trump Organization, the umbrella company for the Trump family’s many business interests, said: “We have no knowledge of any ‘flagged’ transactions with Deutsche Bank.”

She said the Trump Organization currently has “no operating accounts with Deutsche Bank.”

Mr. Trump and his family sued Deutsche Bank in April, seeking to block it from complying with the congressional subpoenas. »

Exclusive: Google suspends some business with Huawei after Trump blacklist - source

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Holders of current Huawei smartphones with Google apps, however, will continue to be able to use and download app updates provided by Google, a Google spokesperson said, confirming earlier reporting by Reuters.

The Trump administration on Thursday added Huawei Technologies Co Ltd to a trade blacklist, immediately enacting restrictions that will make it extremely difficult for the company to do business with U.S. counterparts.

Huawei’s European business, its second-biggest market, could be hit as Huawei licenses these services from Google in Europe. »

Apple CEO Tim Cook urges college grads to 'push back' against algorithms that promote the 'things you already know, believe, or like'

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Under his leadership, for example, Apple has boosted its sustainability efforts and now runs on 100% renewable energy.

"In a world where we obsessively document our own lives, most of us don't pay nearly enough attention to what we owe one another," Cook said.

Cook stressed the importance of listening to others and being open to seeing the world in a different way. »